The Eighties in America: Recessions-yuppies (Great Events by Milton, Ph.d. Berman, Tracy Irons-Georges

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The proliferating viewing options available to 1980’s Americans presented incredible hurdles for advertisers. With the traditional Big Three television networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC), advertisers basically had captive audiences. Viewers had relatively little choice of what to watch, and once they decided on a channel, they often watched that network’s entire prime-time lineup The Eighties in America (commercials and all), because to change the channel required physically getting up and rotating a dial on the television set.

Any questions? Pepsi-Cola Pepsi’s got your taste for life. The choice of a new generation. Plymouth automobiles The pride is back. Born in America. Pontiac automobiles We build excitement. The Eighties in America Advertising Product Slogan or Jingle Remington Microscreen shaver I liked the shaver so much, I bought the company. (spoken by Victor Kiam, who purchased Remington in 1979) Seagram’s Golden Wine Coolers It’s wet and it’s dry. (sung by actor Bruce Willis) Smith Barney financial services They make money the old-fashioned way.

This is drugs. ) This is your brain on drugs. Any questions? Pepsi-Cola Pepsi’s got your taste for life. The choice of a new generation. Plymouth automobiles The pride is back. Born in America. Pontiac automobiles We build excitement. The Eighties in America Advertising Product Slogan or Jingle Remington Microscreen shaver I liked the shaver so much, I bought the company. (spoken by Victor Kiam, who purchased Remington in 1979) Seagram’s Golden Wine Coolers It’s wet and it’s dry. (sung by actor Bruce Willis) Smith Barney financial services They make money the old-fashioned way.

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